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From "S. Wong" <sw...@webprincess-designs.com>
Subject Re: Apache accessible from LAN but not from Internet
Date Sun, 12 May 2002 18:52:37 GMT
You'd need to allow for port forwarding.  I can't remember if telnet is by
default allowed but in the admin tab, I remember allowing port 80 for http to
be allowed from the Internet.

HTH

Jim Johnson wrote:

> Hello Everyone,
>
> My Apache 1.3.24 installation on RedHat 7.2 with a Linksys BEFSR81
> router/firewall is not visible on the internet.  It is visible on the LAN.
>
> I have the DMZ Host set for this machine.  I presumed that this would
> make this machine visible on the internet.  I am running sort of a telnet
> server and it is visible on the internet without any special setting on the
> Linksys device.
>
> Do I also have to enable the forwarding on the BEFSR81?
>
> What about port triggering?
>
> This is a new Linksys device and even thought this device is ready to be
> used with ZoneAlarm and PCillian, I have not enabled these functions.
>
> Can someone help?
>
> Thanks
>
> Jim Johnson, Melbourne, Florida
> jim@kc4hw.net - http://www.kc4hw.net
> DXCluster RF Connection: 144.97
> Telnet://kc4hw.homelinux.net:8000
>
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Shirlyn, the WebPrincess



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